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this to help america's young people get a sense of where these countries are and the countries around them as well. >> it's a shame. brianna said a lot of us probably not as good as we should be, but to hear those numbers about something that's been in the news every day for the past eight years and people still don't know where iraq is sometimes. we were talking about this week, it seemed we were talking about the party crashers up in d.c., talking about afghanistan a lot. what were students, though, talking about? were they talking about the same things? what was on their brains? >> we had a story last week about lincoln university in pennsylvania. they have a course controversy up there. it requires students who have a bmi -- they're tested when they're freshman, what their body mass index is -- students with a bmi of 30 or higher is required to take a walking, fitness course. do this and you'll graduate. they don't have to lower their bmi, but it has generated some controversy with some students on our facebook page. they're saying, this is discriminatory. you can't require just some s
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